Although I have had elegant dinners in this staturesque hall. this was my first luncheon there. I'd heard about their turkey dinner special so i was excited to try it; however, as it was slightly past one, only one portion remained so maybe liking the idea better than the thing itself, i demurred to my husband and ordered the three burritos. Maybe because it was the last piece, my husband was surprised that his piece was thickish and rather tough although the condiments were fine. He had started with potato-leek soup which I thought was a bit like glue. I ordered the burritos and they were phenomenal: goat cheese, squash, and I'm not sure what else combined in a crispy shell were out of this world. The salad that preceded was fresh and delicious, perfectly dressed and almost a meal in itself, The desert that accompanied the turkey was likewise amazing- gingerbread in several sauces. Truly outstanding. Known for its buttertarts, the food has a well deserved reputation. Just remind me to get there around 12 , not 1.
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